This collection of 500 discussion prompts will get your students laughing, thinking, sharing, and getting to know each other. From the silly to the insightful, these "Top 3" choices are great for icebreakers, time killers on road trips, and much more. Here's a smattering of what's inside:- What are your top 3 fast food restaurants?- What are your top 3 fears?- What are your top 3 cartoon characters?- What are your top 3 names of God?While these prompts may seem elementary, they are effective, efficient ways to get inside your students' heads and hearts. Think of them as gateway questions that can lead to deeper revelations of what's really going on with your kids.
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